All in Let's Hang

Brad Ludden

Denver-built organization First Descents maps out life-changing, disease-defying outdoor adventure for young adults that have been impacted by cancer. We sat down with non-profit’s founder and pro kayaker Brad Ludden to learn how nature has the power to heal.  

A Night In The Texas Hill Country

In September, our friends at Hipcamp strung up a dozen hammocks under the bright, starry skies west of Austin with 150 friends. We asked Hipcamp founder Eric Bach to share a bit more about the Flash MOB and why getting outside with friends matter to him.

James Roth

The Warren, Vermont-based woodsman behind Forever Young Treehouses makes childlike joy his everyday mission, designing and building super-inspiring shelters for kids with physical challenges. We sat down with him to hear more about treehouses, why play matters and how hitchhiking changed his life.


Kelly and Brendan share about their decision to leave their lives in NY behind, move into a 1984 VW Westfalia camper van, and take life on the road. On a 48 state, 6 month tour of the United States, they created inspiring visuals and amplified the voice of American makers and doers. 

Kate Rentz

Kate Retnz is a photographer, cinematographer and producer in Los Angeles, California.  We were introduced to Kate through a good friend of ours last year and have followed her work and adventures ever since.

Alastair Humphreys

Alastair has rowed the Atlantic Ocean, ridden his bike around the world, canoed the Yukon, and compiled a massive list of incredible expeditions and adventures. In 2012 he was named the National Geographic Adventurer of the Year and the title did not change his heart, soul, and love for people in any way. 

Aidan Lynn-Klimenko

Aiden had the incredible idea to take six months and drive down to South American in a VW Vanagon, taking pictures of families along the road and printing out the photos for them on the spot.

Erin McEvilly // On Motherhood

In celebration of Mother’s Day, I have been invited to contribute to the MOBlog. I hope I can leave you with warm and fuzzy thoughts about your mothers and inspire you toward great acts of love.